Arya’s Contest: Porch Dog or Elegant Mutt?

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A Little Contest: Guess Arya’s Heritage and support your favorite Puppy Charity.

What: Give us your best guess of Arya’s heritage. (Arya has submitted a DNA sample in response to Mr. P. Nut Squirrel’s claim that she is unfit to serve as Vice President of the Back Yard.)

How: Post your guess here in the comments or on Facebook. Please give your best guess for her lineage plus percentages. (For example: 50% Great Dane, 25% Scottish Terrier, 25% Boston Terrier.) Also please tell us your favorite puppy charity.

When: August 15-31.

Winner(s): Mr. P. Nut Squirrel will contribute $100 to your favorite Puppy Charity if are the closest to guessing Arya’s lineage. Jack and Arya will contribute $50 to the most popular Puppy Charity mentioned.

About Arya:

Arya showed up on our front porch a few days after Christmas, 2014. She was 2-3 months old. She weighs 20 pounds. Is smart, funny, energetic, and athletic. She both barks and screams. She can jump 5 feet into the air if she suspects there are squirrels on the other side of the door. She loves chewing on bones and herding Jack around the room.

7 Responses

  1. Kathy Houser

    Arya is 100% dog created by God as one if his beautiful creations. Therefore he as qualified as Mr. P Nut Squirrel who is also on of Gods creations. My favorite dog rescue is Doxie Tales Rescue Inc.

  2. theguster

    We are thinking Arya is 25% Corgi and 75% Basenji.
    Our favorite dog rescue is Scottie Kingdom Rescue in Dallas, TX.

    McDuff & Mom

  3. Myscha Crouch

    I suggest our Ayra is 25% Jack Russell and 75% Rat Terrier but 100% Princess. My charity choice would be Jack’s favored Scottie Rescue.

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